who falls in love first

anonymous asked:

"and then there's me" If it wasn't for louis in the video diaries& x factor behind the scenes, I never would've watched them and became a fan. They needed louis.

seriously though. it’s just… 

then there’s this boy. this boy who made so many people fall in love with the band in the first place. this boy who always protects the fans, the boy who always protected the boys, who took on himself the role of the leader, who was the superglue, whom they all love so dearly and who argued for them, fought for them, even though he was pushed back, even though people in charge acted like he isn’t good enough. this boy who is more than good enough. this boy who the others would take a bullet for, whom they love so dearly and rightfully so. this boy with a unique and special voice, great talent, incredible songwriter. this boy who is humble, kind, gentle, caring and giving, who makes so many people happy. the light of so many people’s life, the reason so many of us are here, this boy who puts a smile on so many faces even at the worst times, this boy who’s got incredibly passionate fanbase, fanbase that’s always got his back. this boy who inspires me everyday to be who i am, to fight for the ones i love, to be compassionate and this boy who makes me feel safe and loved and who brought so many incredible people in my life as well as some of my best friends because thanks to him i became a fan of 1d.. then there’s this boy who deserves the absolute best in the whole world. 

anonymous asked:

I mean given how egotistical chris p seems to be it makes sense that he "falls in love at first sight" with a girl who looks like a human, gender swapped mirror made for him


No, but guys, the “New World” trope where a man lands on an unexplored island and a young girl who finds him falls in love with him because he’s the first white man she’s ever seen -and in Wonder Woman’s case, the first man, period- is completely subverted in the literal scene that actually really happened where Diana informs him she knows how reproduction works and how her own body experiences pleasure, taking away all the gross parts of that trope where a man sets out to teach a less experienced woman about her own goddamn body. 


Fall in love with someone...

If you ever fall in love… fall in love with someone who wants to know your favorite color and how you like your coffee. Fall in love with someone who loves the way you laugh and would absolutely anything to hear it. Fall in love with someone that puts their head on your chest just to hear your heart beat. Fall in love with someone who kisses you in public and isn’t afraid to show you off to everyone they know. Fall in love with someone who makes you question why you were afraid to fall in love in the first place. Fall in love with someone who never wants to hurt you and will do anything to try and protect you from anything. Fall in love with someone who falls in love with all your flaws and thinks you became their version of the word ‘perfect’. Fall in love with someone who thinks that you’re the one they would love to wake up with each morning and each day.


“On a night like this, a man might believe anything’s possible.”

If you ever fall in love… fall in love with someone who wants to know your favorite color and just how you like your coffee. Fall in love with someone who loves the way you laugh and would do absolutely anything to hear it. Fall in love with someone who puts their head on your chest just to hear your heart beat. Fall in love with someone who kisses you in public and is proud to show you off to anyone they know. Fall in love with someone who makes you question why you were afraid to fall in love in the first place. Fall in love with someone who would never ever want to hurt you. Fall in love with someone who falls in love your flaws and thinks you’re perfect just the way you are. Fall in love with someone who thinks that you’re the one they would love to wake up to each day.
fall in love with someone who wants to know your favorite color and just how you like your coffee. Fall in love with someone who loves the way you laugh and would do absolutely anything to hear it. Fall in love with someone who puts their head on your chest just to hear your heart beat. Fall in love with someone who kisses you in public and is proud to show you off to anyone they know. Fall in love with someone who makes you question why you were afraid to fall in love in the first place. Fall in love with someone who would never ever want to hurt you. Fall in love with someone who falls in love with your flaws and thinks you are perfect just the way you are. Fall in love with someone who thinks that you are the ONE they would love to wake up to each day.
—  via @wizdomly
Do’s and Don’ts of Writing Relationships

In my opinion, the worst part of any book is a highly unrealistic relationship.  It ruins the entire piece for me.  If you’re including a relationship in your book, and you don’t want your readers to throw your book in the trash, follow these guidelines to create a successful fictional relationship.

DO: Build the relationship gradually

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: relationships don’t work the way they did in Les Misérables. I love Victor Hugo, but he missed the mark on creating a realistic relationship.

It’s okay to believe in love at first sight, and it’s fine to put that in your novel.  However, your characters need to realize that this relationship is only going to work if they get to know each other. It’s completely unrealistic to have a couple who falls in love immediately after meeting for the first time, especially if there’s no turbulence in their relationship.

They must get to know each other first.  Their love is only true if they love them for both their bad and good qualities.

And for the love of God, can they at least fall in love after they know each other’s names?  I’m looking at you, Marius.

DON’T: Make it a “perfect” relationship

Originally posted by asstrxlxgy

Relationships can be great, but no relationship is perfect.

It seems nowadays that writers tend to forget that every couple argues.  They have bad days, and they disagree on things.  Sometimes these arguments are just petty disagreements, and other times they’re explosive quarrels.  Either way, you can’t write a relationship that doesn’t have any issues.

Many writers tend to live vicariously through their characters, so they create the relationship that they want, not the one that is realistic.

Even if it’s just a small argument over not wanting to eat at the same restaurant they always do, make your couple have a disagreement.  They can’t always get along, no matter how much we want them to.

DO: Make it a compromise

Originally posted by swimmergal11

A relationship should not be one-sided.  One character can’t be doing all the work in the relationship, without something going awry.

Your couple needs a compromise.  They need to care for each other somewhat equally, and work things out together.

If the relationship is one-sided, there has to be some turbulence.  Sooner or later, something has to go wrong.  The relationship cannot be completely perfect, if only one character is doing the work.

DON’T: Lack representation

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At least make an attempt to have some sort of representation in your novel.  It’s a huge issue in writing that needs to be addressed.

I know that it may depend on the setting of your writing, but at least try.  This problem is especially prevalent in romance, so be the one to make a difference.

DO: Let them have lives outside of their partner

Originally posted by thelunaerian

Your characters’ lives cannot revolve solely around their relationship.  Real people have jobs, hobbies, families, and friends.  They have aspirations and dreams that don’t always involve their partners.

Show them having fun without their partner, or at least show them doing something without them.  Even if that’s just your character going to the supermarket or getting a coffee with a coworker, let them have a life outside of their relationship.

DO: Let them have fun!

Originally posted by kissing-pleasure

Yes, relationships take work, which means that they can be pretty serious.  But your characters should be having fun with it!

If your characters are truly in love, they should be comfortable enough to be weird around each other.  Show that!  Most of the time, readers would much rather see your characters being cute and silly with each other, instead of constantly being serious or sensual.

Your characters deserve fun, so let them have it. Let them enjoy their love.

i just need yall to know that the minute she comes back to national city lucy lane maggie sawyer and alex danvers are becoming a throuple

Who was the first to fall in love
  • Bokuaka: everybody thinks that it was Bokuto, but it was really Akaashi
  • Kagehina: obviously Kageyama like look at him so sweet so gay
  • Iwaoi: Oikawa!!! Those arms are supafine, iwa
  • Kiyoyachi: I think it's kind of said in the thing that Yachi thought Kiyoko was hot immediately, and Yachi saw Kiyoko first? Maybe???
  • Ukatake: Ukai thought Takeda was amazing, then Takeda saw the beauty that was Ukai
  • Kuroken: Kuroo was following Kenma around for ages, in love, before Kenma realized that he actually liked the nerdy, fabuloso, wonderful boy
  • Tsukiyama: I would really like it to be Tsukki, but probably it was Yams
  • Asanoya: Nishinoya
Because everyone should love themselves, and they shouldn’t strive for perfection.
—  Harry Styles, after a brief pause when asked why the boobs on his mermaid tattoo were saggy. He could’ve been glib. He could’ve laughed. He could’ve just said, “I don’t know.” But he paused. And he thought. And he said this. And this is why he is so, so special.

film meme: [1/10] favorite movies
Moulin Rouge! (2001) “We have a dance in the brothels of Buenos Aires. It tells the story of the prostitute and a man who falls in love with her. First, there is desire. Then, passion. Then, suspicion. Jealousy. Anger. Betrayal. When love is for the highest bidder, there can be no trust. Without trust, there can be no love. Jealousy, yes, jealousy will drive you mad.”

You Only Live Once

You know, if you think about it, it’s actually Victor who falls in love with Yuri FIRST and it’s Victor who loves harder than Yuri. True, Yuri has always admired Victor since he was 12 when he saw a 16-year-old Victor skating on television, but his love for Victor was essentially that of a fan adoring his idol, a love that lacks what you may call a deep, personal connection. Yuri has always seen Victor as a god, not as a man and definitely not as a lover. To Yuri, Victor was more like an unattainable legend.

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Victor on the other hand, pretty much falls in love with Yuri after their first ever personal encounter at the Grand Prix banquet a year before. Yuri goes from being incredibly anxious and shy to the charismatic playboy who comes to town (a.k.a the Grand Prix) and seduces everyone with his super Eros drunk dance moves (if you watch carefully, the choreography in Eros somewhat resembles Yuri’s dance moves from the banquet. Victor never forgot them and probably doesn’t want to) and enchants everyone in the room.

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Intoxicated and ready to enjoy life, Yuri battles Yurio first and beats him effortlessly. Yuri then pole dances with Chris before challenging Victor, and Yuri carries out his challenge with full Eros as they pretty much strip in front of the entire ballroom. Victor is the last to battle Yuri and Yuri not only challenges Victor to a dance off, but also asks Victor to be his coach should he lose the battle. Yuri also invites Victor to come to his family’s hot spring resort in Hasetsu, which probably hit Victor hard in the kokoro as we later find out that Victor yearns for a life and love despite his successful career.

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Yuri throws himself drunk, vulnerable, and with complete honesty at Victor, inviting Victor wholeheartedly into his life in a way no other person had done before. And it was in that innocent yet incredibly Eros moment that Victor fell for the hot drunk mess who was grinding up against him in front of EVERYONE. Yuri doesn’t hide the fact that he wants Victor in his life, and Victor is all for it.

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Victor takes part in the dance off anyway even though he’s never really had a conversation with Yuri before save for their meeting after the Grand Prix finals. He totally accepts his fate to be Yuri’s coach should he lose, and from the pictures, it’s seemingly obvious that he fell in love with Yuri’s drunken YOLO-ness even more. In essence, Victor falls hard for Yuri’s inner ability to live life to the fullest–a quality Victor realizes has been missing from his own life.

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Even though he is Yuri’s mancrush, Victor actually endures a considerable amount of rejection from Yuri despite the latter being the initial seducer. When watching the series for the first time, it looks as if Victor is some confident playboy who flirtatiously tries to win Yuri over, but this is far from the truth. Victor is head over heels for Katsuki Yuri and tries desperately to connect with him on a deeper level. For most of the series, Victor himself is unaware that Yuri does not have any memory of their dance off, as he reacts in shock when Yuri remarks that he didn’t have the courage to talk to Victor at the banquet the year before in episode 10 (let’s keep in mind that a half-naked Yuri practically dry humped Victor in a crowded banquet hall while confessing for all to hear that he wants Victor as his coach). It should only be natural that Victor would feel seduced and cast aside (hence the story of Eros) as he had no idea Yuri couldn’t remember what they shared at the banquet, which makes Victor’s feelings for Yuri all the more deep. Despite Yuri’s constant rejection of Victor’s affections, our Vicchan persevered. Why? Because he loves Yuri.

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When Yuri calls himself a dime-a-dozen figure skater, he is both right and wrong. For those of us who are not in the world of figure skating, Yuri is selling himself short: he’s Japan’s representative for the Grand Prix Final, which means that he had to be the best to earn a spot among the top 6 finalists. But for a legend like Victor, Yuri is technically just one of many figure skaters in the world. If Victor merely wanted to train someone to win the gold medal, he could have just picked anyone from the rest of the very talented figure skating gang. In fact, it would have made more sense for him to choose Yurio, who was more driven than Yuri to win at the time, and is also a fellow Russian (more gold medals for Russia, no?). But Victor chooses Yuri instead, not just because he believes Yuri to have insane potential, but also because he needs Yuri’s love, a love that makes him feel alive and inspired. Yuri’s determination to win at the Onsen On Ice against Yurio was Victor’s reassurance that he had made the right decision to pursue his feelings for Yuri and to invest his time and effort into building not only Yuri as a skater but also their relationship as a whole.

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One thing to note is that even though Yuri is more than willing to gush about Victor to anyone who’s willing to listen (especially the audience), Yuri pretty much avoids Victor’s advances at the start of the series because he feels unworthy. He first avoids taking a picture with Victor because he feels he isn’t good enough to be Victor’s peer despite Victor’s efforts to make friends with him; he feels uncomfortable with Victor’s outward display of bold affection when he first arrives at the onsen. He’s tensed around Victor and shuts down most of Victor’s attempts at intimacy, like sleeping together in the same bed or talking about past relationships and romance. Ultimately, Yuri has difficulty opening up to Victor at the beginning despite Victor’s sincere efforts to get to know him. However, Victor does not give up and continues to break the walls around Yuri’s glass heart. It is Victor who fights to get through, while Yuri struggles to keep Victor at bay. Yuri himself admits that he has issues with being seen as vulnerable and weak, but Victor never relents.

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But wait! Didn’t Yuri skate to Victor’s Stay Close to Me as a sort of love letter to Victor? Well, that may seem like the case at first glance since Yuri skates Victor’s program with such passion, but when you look at it closely, it feels more like his performance was a love letter to Yuko instead. While Victor may have seen the video as Yuri’s way of reaching out to him, Yuri definitely had no intention of proving his worth to Victor via his skating of the program. Yuri wasn’t aware that he was being recorded, nor did he know that Yuko wasn’t alone at the time. Yuri had intended for his skate to be a private exhibition for Yuko; Yuri had been wanting to retire and wanted to perform something meaningful for Yuko that they both loved together: Victor Nikiforov’s masterpiece.

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After Yuri’s skate ends, it is heavily implied that he was about to confess his feelings for his childhood friend, only to be interrupted by her three daughters, thus rendering the confession inappropriate to say the least (Yuko is revealed to be happily married and is a mother of three). It could even be assumed that Yuri was probably more emotionally invested in Yuko all those years, which explains why he never got a girlfriend in the first place. Due to his lack of confidence and assertiveness, Yuri never tells her how he feels even though the two of them get along very well and share a love for ice skating. Yuri probably suffered from unrequited love and watched in silence as the only girl he ever loved, his Ice Princess married Nishigori and started a family with him. Victor may have had Yuri’s undying adoration, but he didn’t have Yuri’s heart.

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Unlike Victor, who falls hard for Yuri at first hug during the banquet, Yuri gradually falls in love with Victor as the series progresses and slowly begins to see Victor as a man rather than a legendary god whom he can never compare to. He slowly starts to see Victor’s flaws and allows himself to get angry at Victor and stops being apologetic about feeling different emotions other than admiration for Victor. He begins to accept that Victor is a human who makes mistakes, just as Victor accepts Yuri for who he is. Victor unknowingly shatters the last piece of resistance in Yuri by threatening to quit as his coach should Yuri fail to make the podium at The Cup of China. This successfully draws out Yuri’s true feelings from within his fragile heart and Yuri becomes more honest with Victor. In turn, Yuri’s insecurities break down Victor’s perfect, godlike image as well. Victor isn’t as flawless as the world thinks him to be. Both of them are lacking something, and they found it in each other.

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Eventually, Yuri reaches a point where he becomes consciously aware that he wants Victor as more than a coach, but this realization isn’t instant nor is it definite. Even though it is Yuri who places the golden ring on Victor’s finger in front of the cathedral and subsequently breaks the Internet with his proposal, he is also the one who decides to end their partnership because he once again feels inadequate. Victor, despite all his efforts to break through to Yuri is once again rejected and shattered by Yuri’s uncertainty. At that point, we see a different Victor, a dejected and almost broken Victor; a Victor who thought that he had finally found life and love, only to have his happiness ripped away from him by the very person whom he cares for most in this world. 

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Victor arguably loves Yuri more than Yuri loves him: Victor puts his career on the line for Yuri, a huge gamble given that he is at the age of retirement; he literally packs up all his things and moves to another country just to be with Yuri; he sticks by Yuri despite all the pressure from others to give up on being a coach and return to skating while he still has time left. Victor never falters in his decision to take Yuri on his journey to gold and even decides to stay on as his coach while returning to the ice; a task that will undoubtedly take up an incredible amount of time, effort, and determination on Victor’s part.

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While we all can agree that these two are soulmates who were meant for each other, it is most unfair to say that Victor and Yuri have a magical relationship that just happened to work out beautifully. True, they were meant to be together, but they also worked hard at it. They laughed, they fought, they cried, they inspired each other, and they supported each other. Victor helped Yuri to be more confident in himself and salvage his career as a skater, but it is Yuri who is the true savior in this pairing: it is Yuri’s love that ultimately saves Victor as a human being.

Originally posted by mariplisetsky

Victor is now more than just a legendary skater who is expected to shine and dazzle at every event; he is more than just his scores, his rank, and the gold medals that his peers envy; he is more just the one to beat in competition; he is more than just Victor without a personal back story: He is Yuri’s coach, Yuri’s friend, his lover, and his fiancé. And he has not only gained Yuri, Yuri’s family and friends are now his family and friends, and Makkachin has found some new humans to play with as well, people who care about him and Vicchan very much–and they are happy together.

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Through Yuri, Victor has gained not only a love, but also a life of his very own that doesn’t just revolve around ice skating, and is filled with people who love him not only as Victor Nikiforov the legendary skater, but also as just Victor himself, the man he is on the inside. Katsuki Yuri’s love was something that Victor fought very hard for, and it has rewarded him greatly in return; a precious treasure I’m sure he intends to keep forever–a new chapter in his life with a new purpose, new meaning, and new people to share it with; and I have no doubt that Victor plans to live his newfound life with Yuri to the fullest, because after all, You Only Live Once.

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If you ever fall in love, fall in love with someone who wants to know your favorite color and just how you like your coffee. 

Fall in love with someone who loves the way you laugh and would do absolutely anything to hear it. 

Fall in love with someone who puts their head on your chest just to hear your heart beat. 

Fall in love with someone who kisses you in public and is proud to show you off to anyone they know. 

Fall in love with someone who makes you question why you were afraid to fall in love in the first place. 

Fall in love with someone who would never ever want to hurt you. 

Fall in love with someone who falls in love with your flaws and thinks you are perfect just the way you are. 

Fall in love with someone who thinks that you are the ONE they would love to wake up to each day.

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Meant to Be (Part One)

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Part 1 - Part 2Part 3

Based on Anonymous Prompt: The reader is a SHIELD agent and later Avenger. After a while of dancing around each other, she and Steve are couple but few months later they break up becasue it didn’t work (but they stay close friends please). After a while Steve falls for Sharon and reader falls for Bucky who loved her since he first met her (but he didn’t do enything because she was with Steve). And Steve and Sharon (who are couple now) try to matchmake reader and Bucky because Cap sees they are perfect for each other

A/N: Sorry guys it’s gotten busy again.  I’m trying, I promise.  I decided to split this prompt into two parts (also, I made the relationship with Steve more of back story, because I couldn’t figure out how to write it and then switch gears for Bucky).  Hope it’s not too terrible and I’ll publish the second part (hopefully) soon!  Also I was low-key inspired by that Seb work-out video

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“When are you going to ask Bucky out?” Steve asks, smirking at you from across the table.  You roll your eyes and wrinkle your nose.

“When are you going to ask Sharon out?” you toss back.

“I asked you first.”

“My question’s more relevant.”

“Why’s that?”

“Cuz Sharon’s coming over her––Hi, Sharon!”  

You laugh at the look of panic on Steve’s face before he’s able to compose his face.  He turns and smiles at Sharon whose lips curve up into a smile.

“Hey Steve,” she says.

“Good to see you, Sharon,” he replies.

“It’s almost like I’m not even here,” you joke and Steve rolls his eyes at you.  Sharon laughs and pulls you into a hug.

“It’s been a while, (Y/N),” she laughs.  “When are you gonna come train with me again?”

“When I feel like getting my ass handed to me,” you reply.  “Maybe you and Steve should train together.  I feel like you’d be more evenly matched.”

“I doubt it,” she grins.  “Can’t expect to keep up with Captain America.  See you later, Steve.”  With that, she walks away, leaving Steve staring hopelessly after her.  You shake your head and punch him in the arm.


“Perfect opportunity,” you say.  “I practically asked her out on a date for you.  You could’ve jumped in.”  He shakes his head and you press on.  “What’s that thing you said, that one time?  You’re the world’s expert on waiting, or something?  So don’t?”

“That was different,” Steve insists.  “I was giving Bruce advice about Nat.”

“Terrible advice really,” you say.  “They make no sense together.  But the advice still applies to you.  You guys like each other, so ask her out already!”

“When most people say they’re still friends with their exes, I don’t think this is what they mean,” Steve sighs.

“We’re like, barely exes,” you reply.  “We dated for a few months and then I realized I was not attracted to you.”


“I know, that’s what I thought!” you joke.  “How is it possible for me not be attracted to this beautiful dork of a man?  But alas, it was never meant to be.”

“You’re the dork here,” Steve says.  “We both knew we were better of as friends.”

“Yeah and you’re one of the lucky ones,” you tease.  “At least I’m not still hopelessly in love with you or trying to set your possessions on fire.”

“Honestly, I’d prefer that,” Steve mutters and you shove him playfully.

“I’m just looking out for you,” you say, shaking your head.  “You know I’m right.”

“I do,” he says.  “And that’s why I asked her out two weeks ago.  Back to you and Bucky.”

“I’m sorry, wait what was that?” you smirk.  “Did you just admit I’m right?  And you already asked Sharon out?!?”

“Which one are you more excited about?” Steve asks.

“You and Sharon!?!?” you grin.  “Finally!  How did it happen?  What are you doing?  Where are you going?  When is it?”

“We already went out,” Steve says and you internally scream.  “(Y/N), are you okay?”

“So you’ve just let me spend the past two weeks trying to get the two of you together?” you groan.  “Do you know how many times I’ve traded crazy shifts and missions to get the two of you together?”

“That was you?” Steve laughs.  “I was wondering why we always seemed to be paired up.”

“And you didn’t notice that I always seemed to be on graveyard shifts and shitty missions?” you shake your head.  “Way to be a good friend, Steve.”

“Let me return the favor,” he says.  “You and Bucky.”

“Yes, we are both people that have stupidly decided to be friends with you,” you reply and Steve rolls his eyes.

“(Y/N), you know what I mean,” he says.

“Honestly, no I don’t,” you say.  

“So you’re trying to tell me there’s nothing between the two of you?” Steve asks.  “No spark of romance?  No unspoken tension?  You guys are meant to be.”

“What are you, a romance writer?” you ask.

“Classic evasion,” Steve says.  “Answering my question with another question.”

“Don’t profile me,” you retort.

“Then answer the question,” Steve smirks.  He cocks an eyebrow as you stare him down, willing him to give up.  He doesn’t.

“He’s cute,” you sigh begrudgingly.

“That’s what I thought,” Steve says.

“You thought that Bucky was cute?” you tease.

“Are you free for dinner tomorrow?” he asks.

“No, I have another one of the dumb shifts I traded trying to get the two of you together,” you frown.

“Day after that?” Steve asks.  

“I’m free,” you admit and Steve immediately pulls out his phone, tapping out a quick message.  Your eyes narrow.  “Why?”

“Don’t you trust me?” Steve smiles and you shake your head.

“Not even a little bit.”


Sharon walks down the hallway, pausing as her phone vibrates.  She reads the message with a quick smile and heads down the corridor towards the gym.

She pushes the door open, walking up to the only occupant.

“Bucky,” she says and the super soldier lets go of his pull-up bar, dropping to the ground.  “You busy two nights from now?”

Falling In Love

Pairing: Dean x Reader

Summary: Dean and the Reader fall for each other but have a hard time expressing it, for fear of rejection.

Word Count: 1k-ish

Warnings: Slight Cursing, Fluff

Author’s Note: Heyyy guys!!! This is my entry for Mimi’s aka @deansdirtylittlesecretsblog‘s “Mimi’s Trope Challenge”!! I got the prompt: Secretly in love but for some reason can’t express it. I hope you guys like it!! *hides face* Feedback is definitely welcomed!!

You know that butterfly feeling people say they get when they’re in love?

Well I used to think that was a bunch of bullshit. I wasn’t like your typical girly girl who was all about the weddings and the falling in love at first sight. It just wasn’t me.

Why, you ask?

Well, because in my humble opinion, true love didn’t exist. One didn’t just fall in love out of the blue with someone and say “oh you’re the one for me”. At least not in my book.

But fuck me, man. Who would have thought that I would eat my own words? And in huge heaps of it. Hell, even to this day, I’m at a loss for words with this overwhelming feeling. And it scared the living hell out of me.

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